This issue features Snipe at 10,000 Feet, Yoga for Geezers, In Praise of Wild Tables II: In the Kitchen, and much more.
Chefs around the world are a generous lot with their recipes. We tend to be curious and hunger fo... ...Read More >
Running through dense woods at full speed, jumping logs, climbing rocky hillsides, encountering w... ...Read More >
Conceptually, training a pointing dog is easy: Find a bird and point it until I arrive. Unfortuna... ...Read More >
If you are like me, then you are anticipating the bird seasons like a child pacing his bedroom floor on Christmas Eve. Depending on the location of where you live and when your favorite upland bird hunting season gets underway, you’ll be unwrapping your presents any day now. ...Read More >
You are our number one priority here at The Upland Almanac, and we want to know what you think. Drop us a line at the address listed here and tell us what you would like to see more of - or less of - in your favorite upland hunting magazine. We’re ready to listen. The Upland Almanac, 2180 Gulfstream, Suite A, Prescott AZ 86301, or email@example.com. ...Read More >
Showcase your favorite hunting pal on a national stage! For details, email: firstname.lastname@example.org ...Read More >
Get the inside scoop on how things work at The Upland Almanac from Scott Linden’s “Upland Nation” podcast. Earlier this year, UA’s publisher John Gosselin and editor Tom Carney stopped in to chat with Scott about all things of interest to Upland Almanac readers, from cover artists and the best writers to Tom’s feelings about bird dogs, which John assessed as “very diplomatic.” ...Read More >